Molly Thompson and Anney Bonney's video opera,  The   Maid of Corinth  at Music at First, December 9, 2011

Molly Thompson and Anney Bonney's video opera, The Maid of Corinth at Music at First, December 9, 2011

  Molly Thompson and Anney Bonney's video opera,   The     Maid of Corinth   at Music at First, December 9, 2011

Molly Thompson and Anney Bonney's video opera, The Maid of Corinth at Music at First, December 9, 2011

 Dither electric guitar quartet at Music at First, September 10, 2010

Dither electric guitar quartet at Music at First, September 10, 2010

Video

Mellissa Hughes at Music at First, February 25, 2011. video by Meg Wilhoite

James Moore and Kathleen Supove at Music at First, September 2, 2011; video by Meg Wilhoite

Eric km Clark's installation Rosebud at Music at First, May 20, 2011; video by Meg Wilhoite

Music Series Curator

Wil founded, curated and co-directed the Music at First Series from 2009-2014 with Meg Wilhoite at First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn. 

Music at First is a new music series that presents a diverse mix of performers, ensembles and artists who primarily perform music either written by or for them, or by composers with whom they have a close collaborative relationship. Among more traditional recitals, the series has presented premiere performances of video operas, large-scale oratorios,  sound installations, and electroacoustic and multimedia works. 

 

Partial listing of performers:

Face the Music, Contemporaneous, Flutronix, Threefifty, Mantra Percussion, Mivos String Quartet, Dither electric guitar quartet, ETHEL string quartet, Young People's Chorus of NYC, Till by Turning, Iktus Percussion, Ekmeles, Toby Twining Music, Deprivation Choir of NYC, keyboardist and composer Lorna Dune, Slow/Fast, bassist and composer Florent Ghys, bassist Eleonore Oppenheim, pianist David Friend, pianist Kathleen Supove, trombonist Jen Baker, harpsichordist Katelyn Clark, accordionist and composer Nathan Koci, clarinetist Eileen Mack, guitarist James Moore, flutist Margaret Lancaster, and pianist Isabelle O’Connell.